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Monday, 14 February 2011

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'Bloody Charles' Tries To Make A Point About Global Warming

London, England-- Prince Charles killed his mother's beloved dogs today, in a fit of complete insanity. 'Bloody Charles', as he is now known, killed all five of the poor pets by drowning them in the Royal Bathtub, one by one. The mad prince said he wanted "to call attention to how pets contribute to Global Warming, and this was the only way to go about it."

"Bloody tosser!!" shouted a very upset Queen Elizabeth when she found out. "Bloody bastard!" she screamed at the top of her lungs.

Global Warmists believe that pets have too much of a carbon footprint, and should be eliminated. Prince Charles decided he needed to make a statement to the world, so the dogs had to go.

The queen immediately disinherited the creep, and also froze his bank accounts. She alerted palace security, and had the ex-prince kicked out on his ex-royal ass. Camilla immediately divorced him.

"If we are to save the world, we must all make sacrifices." said the unrepentant loon. "The polar ice caps are melting."

The penniless ex-prince was spotted wandering around near Trafalgar Square, accosting strangers, and trying to warn them of Global Warming.

"Bloody Charles is as mad as a March Hare, I wish he was never born." said the saddened queen.

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